Jun 272014
Clik Elite Clik Sit Review

Duck hunters and nature photographers may shoot in vastly different ways, but they both need two things: lots of patience and a decent place to sit. Unfortunately, there isn’t always an old tree stump positioned just where you need your seat, and without a place to perch, your legs can go numb from squatting while [...]

Dec 182013
Think Tank Mirrorless Mover 30i Review

While it’s difficult to settle on any single bag that’s a picture-perfect fit for all my photography needs, I’ve found Think Tank Photo bags a consistent and dependable choice for high-quality, well-designed products. As a longtime SLR guy, I only recently stepped into the realm of mirrorless cameras, and so I was eager to try [...]

Oct 292013
THE EVOLUTION OF TRAVELING LIGHT:  A Few Tips That I’ve Learned the Hard Way

Even before I started working as a photographer, I fell in love with photography by taking pictures on vacation. After several years of venturing to many parts of the globe, I’ve found that arguably the biggest challenge of travel photography is the travel itself. By trial and error, I’ve developed some handy strategies to make [...]

Oct 232013
Clik Elite Schulter Shoulder Bag Review

As I mentioned in my review of Clik Elite’s Pro Express Backpack, a good shoulder bag will usually hold enough gear for me to do a day’s shooting. But sometimes I want to travel lighter than others, so I like to have a range of shoulder bags with a size to suit every occasion. Clik [...]

Sep 242013
HOT SHOTS:  Landscape Photography in the Great Deserts of the American Southwest

Although I’ve truly enjoyed dabbling in street photography, as I did most recently with Eric Kim and Charlie Kirk in Istanbul, my first love will always be landscape and travel photography. Thus, when my friend and colleague Jay Bartlett and a couple of like-minded photographer buddies expressed interest in going on a photography road trip, [...]